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Department of Education Division of Naga City Science and Technology IV 4th PERIODICAL EXAMINATION Name: ________________________________________Section: 4-_____________Date: Feb

/___/2013 Guidelines: Read and analyze the items before writing your answer on the space provided. Select the letter of the best answer among the given options. Good luck.
For items 1-4, select among the following options: A. Samuel Morse D.Alexander Bell B. Heinrich Hertz C. Guglielmo Marconi

_____ 1. In 1895, who invented a radio telegraphic system and was able to transmit a wireless signal in morse code over long distance? _____ 2. Who invented the telephone? _____ 3. Who demonstrated the existence of electromagnetic waves? _____ 4. He experimented with radio transmitters and receivers and eventually developed wireless communication. _____ 5. Which the following is the correct description of a telephone? A. A device that allows two people from different places to communicate through the transfer of mechanical energy. B. A device that allows two people from different places to communicate through the transfer of electrical pulses. C. A device that depends on Morse’s code for transfer of information D. None of the above _____ 6. What takes place in a wireless radio communication? A. B. C. D. Pattern of variations in air pressure is converted to variations in electric current Pattern of varying electric current is converted to pattern of sound One form of energy is converted to another All of the above

_____ 7. Which of the following would be most likely to transmit sound the best? A. steel in cabinet B. water in the ocean C. air in your classroom D. water in a swimming pool

_____8. A sound wave is a mechanical wave; not an electromagnetic wave. This means that A. particles of the medium move perpendicular to the direction of energy transport. B. a sound wave transports its energy through a vacuum. C. particles of the medium regularly and repeatedly oscillate about their rest position. D. a medium is required in order for sound waves to transport energy.

Prepared by: Amante, Ama; Briones, Jonathan; Luzada, Nemia; Palaya, Manuel

_____ 10. Sound cannot propagate in which of the following? A. In a longitudinal wave. the observer will hear A. On which area will we not be able to hear any sound? A. D. in the outer space D. 750 m/s _____14. The particles move perpendicular to the direction of the wave motion. a theater B. 34 km/h C. B. Sound is like all waves. Luzada. wavelength C. perfect vacuum _____16.5 m/s D. type of medium through which the wave travels _____12. in a spaceship _____11. Energy causes the particles to move forward with the wave. Sound vibrates longitudinally. A 512-Hz tuning fork produces a sound wave with a wavelength of 68 cm. causing the bunching up of sound. Briones. 350 m/s b. A sound wave is a pressure wave. wavelength _____15. temperature D. a drop then a rise in pitch. period of the wave D. D. B. Ama. The speed is unaffected by the type of medium used. a steady rise in pitch. The speed of a sound wave as it propagates through air is dependent mainly on the A. C. water vapour D. Sound is more dense than air and thus has more inertia. A. period C. a rise then a drop in pitch. The particles move parallel to the direction of the wave motion. solidified air C. Palaya. D. frequency of the wave source B. Jonathan. frequency B. Prepared by: Amante. Manuel . it is able to bend into the regions of space behind obstacles. _____ 13. What are the reason for these compressions and rarefactions? A. a closed room C. a sudden drop in pitch. Sound waves have a speed which is dependent only upon the properties of the medium. the longitudinal movement of air produces pressure fluctuations. As an ambulance approaches and the moves past a stationary observer. With what speed does the sound wave travel? a. 7. regions of high (compressions) and low pressure (rarefactions) are established as the result of the vibrations of the sound source. B. The speed of any mechanical wave as it propagates through a medium is dependent mainly on the A. ice B._____9. C. C. Nemia.

Jonathan. In an experiment. Hang the telephone until the caller loose his/her patience D. the electric current passing through the bell gets weaker as air is pumped out. electromagnetic energy to signals _____20. This experiment shows that A. Hook switch C. D. C. a lower pitch. Mouthpiece B. sound waves require a medium for propagation. transmission network _____ 21. Luzada. Electromagnetic Waving D. what should be your manner of receiving the call? A. B._____17. a higher pitch. _____18. B. an electric bell is hung in a vacuum flask. B. Palaya. Electrical signals to sound D. Energy travels through space in changing electric and magnetic field. Bees which are not carrying honey fly with a flapping frequency of 440 Hz while those which are carrying honey fly with a flapping frequency of 300 Hz. C. Somebody wants to contact you through a telephone. Receiver capsule D. our ears are insensitive to sound in vacuum.Which of the following energy transformations happen in the receiver capsule of the telephone? A. Do not receive the call at all and wait for somebody to receive it for you. Transformation C. D. a greater loudness. What ppart of the telephone houses the transmitter and receiver? A. Transmission Network _____ 22. _____19. Say: Wrong number I’m busy. a smaller loudness. Nemia. The sound made by bees which are not carrying honey has A. sound energy to electromagnetic energy B. _____ 23. producing a very weak sound. Electromagnetic Induction Prepared by: Amante. Ama. What do you call the phenomenon? A. the clapper of the bell moves slower to hit the bell in vacuum. Which part of the telephone converts audible sound to electrical signal? A. hook switch B . Touchpad C. tell your name and ask who he/she wanted to talk to C. Sound energy to electrical signals C. Briones. Manuel . Electrification B.

A. Manuel . Gamma ray _____ 28. D. Both I and II are true Both I and II are false I is always true but not II II is always true but not I ______ 29. Alexander Graham Bell B. II and III _____ 30. Which of the following (in radio) converts an electronic signal into a sound signal? Prepared by: Amante. Whose idea is given credit for the existence of Electromagnetic waves? A. D. Michael Faraday D. Briones. sound waves are fed to radio station microphone and heard through a radio. B. Which region is sensitive to our eyes? A. II._____ 24. Transverse waves B. James Clerk Maxwell _____ 27. Its changing electric field induces a magnetic field. Palaya. it is the process by which the carrier wave change or vary in relation to the original sound’s loudness and pitch. What do you consider the radio station? A. Hans Christian Oersted C. Longitudinal waves C. X-ray B. A. C. I only B. Demodulation C. I and III D. Increasing frequency means increasing wavelength. Electromagnetic waves are classified into different regions. Its changing electric field induces a changing magnetic field. Luzada. broadcaster-receiver C. All of the above _____ 25. Infrared C. Increasing wavelength means decreasing energy. transmitter D. Which of the following statement(s) is/are correct about electromagnetic spectrum? I. B. Infrared ray is longer than ultraviolet ray A. Red is longer than violet light II. transmission D. What type of wave does Electromagnetic waves belong? A. Amplification _____31. its changing magnetic field induces electric field. Modulation B. Water waves D. transmitter-receiver B. III. In radio communication. visible light D. C. Identify what statement(s) is/are true I. Increasing frequency means increasing energy. Ama. receiver _____32. Nemia. Jonathan. I and II C. Radio waves _____ 26. Which of the following is TRUE in electromagnetic waves propagation? A.

None of these. Modulation is the process by which the carrier wave in changed or varied in relation to the original sound’s loudness and pitch. Higher power output is possible. Palaya. antenna B. Fiber optics is referred to as A. So that the transmission can reach longer distances C. Which is the frequency being modulated in FM radio? A. All of the above _____ 34. What does LASER stand for? A. microphone D. speaker _____33. LASER disc _____ 40. None of these _____ 37. Briones. _____ 36. FM doesn’t encounter hash or static due to environmental disturbances. Telecommunications D. Ama. _____41. are important B. C. Medical _____ 39. Nemia. So that there is greater interference in the air even if the sound produce is not accurate D. hologram B. Communication over copper wires B.A. Who were the inventors of the said the device? Prepared by: Amante. FM can transmit signal to longer distance. Transistor is a device that controls the flow of electron in the circuit. A. B. B. D. Pattern of variations in air pressure is converted to variations in electric current B. Which of the following is an advantage of FM to AM? A. Light Administration of Simulated Energy Radiation C. Communication over thin strands of glass D. So that there is less interference and the quality and accuracy of info. None of these _____ 38. Which of the following is NOT a major application of fiber optic technology? Military B. oscillator C. Higher switching speeds are attainable. All of the above _____ 35. Cutting and welding C. Fewer calculations need be done in a given time. Manuel . More heat is generated. Laser Amplification by Simulated Emission of Radiation D. motion picture C. What is a three-dimensional picture created by exposing photographic film to LASER light called? A. Light Amplification by Simulated Emission of Radiation B. C. Pattern of varying electric current is converted to pattern of sound C. D. Because of the small size of ICs compared with equivalent circuits made from discrete components: A. Jonathan. special effect D. What takes place in a wireless radio communication? A. Luzada. AM varies the frequency of the wave enabling long distance transmission. One form of energy is converted to another D. Communication over speaker wire C.

J. A. Input A I II III IV 0 0 1 1 B 0 1 0 1 Output C 0 1 0 1 _____45. Bardeen Brattain III. Palaya. III. I. III and IV B. Shockley II. III and IV B. NOT B. Ama.I. III and IV D. W. Manuel . (A + B) + ( B • C) = Q Prepared by: Amante. II. I. observe the truth table of the logic circuit. IN For nos. I. III. and IV _____46. Edison IV. Series biased B. and IV _____ 47. Jonathan. II. _____ 44. Transistor. Briones. Which of the input-output combinations are true to OR gate? A. Inductor. Forward biased D. OR D. and IV D. I. II. What does the following equation be represented by its corresponding figure? A. and III B. and III C. A diode is connected with a bulb in series with the battery. II. I. Luzada. and IV D. W. (A + B) • ( B • C) = Q D. 45 and 46. Charger. III. AND C. T. I. and IV _____ 42. (A + B) + ( B • C) = Q C. C. II. Reverse biased C. What do you call to the device that stores energy though electric charge? A. I. and III C. B. I. II. Capacitor. and IV C. II. (A + B) • ( B • C) = Q B. Nemia. Which of the input-output combinations are true to AND gate? A. D. II. Unbiased _____ 43. I. If the bulb lights up then the circuit is _________. II. A. Which of the following logic gates is also called the inverter? A.

City implementers should have a constant monitoring on computer shops which allow students during school hours. I and IV D._____ 48. Magnetic Tape D. A. and II C. Phonograph B. Briones. What should be our stand to the rampant addiction of students to computer and internet games? I. III and IV D. Sound from the speaker C. Microphone III. II. CD's and DVD's A. Speaker IV. All of them _____ 50. students will reach the point of annoyance to cyber games. IV. I. I. Manuel . II and IV Prepared by: Amante. Which could represent analog signal? A. II. I. Jonathan. III. II. Nemia. Which of the following exhibits digital signal? I. II and IV _____ 49. Luzada. Gaming is an instinctive attitude of human. Students can play non-violent games just for limited leisure under the responsibility and regulation of their parents. II and III B. and III C. Electronic timer II. Institutions like schools should closely monitor the usage of their computer laboratories. Palaya. Ama. III and IV B.